Sweets that don’t sabotage your goals

The heart-shaped box of chocolates is synonymous with February. We associate gooey cream fillings and stringy, indulgent caramel with affection and...
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Diabetes and heart disease

Leigh Ann Brooks, Nursing Services Operational Lead, Diabetes Education, Parkview Regional Medical Center, helps us make the connection between...
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Autism Spectrum Disorder: some warning signs

When a parent has concerns about their child’s physical, social or cognitive development, it can be difficult to sort through the sea of information...
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Blood thinners: What you need to know

According to the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Americans spend nearly $1 billion on blood thinners annually. We asked Katharine Lundy,...
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How Dan Harris became 10% happier

While your introduction to Dan Harris might not have been the one he’d prefer – an on-air panic attack while running the news desk on Good Morning...
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Score big this Sunday with healthy snacks

For some, tonight is all about the Big Game. For others, it’s the commercials or the halftime show. But if watching football is more about the food...
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“Adventure”

This post was written by Kathy Curtis, healing artist, Fort Wayne Dance Collective. The Healing Arts program is made possible in part by generosity...
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19 dietitian-recommended apps

Want to make shopping more convenient? Change your diet? Trim your grocery bill? There’s an app for that! Sarah Mohrman, RDN, CD, MA, program...
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Meet the new WomenHeart Champions

There is no denying the statistics. Heart disease is the No. 1 killer of women, claiming more lives than all forms of cancer combined. But the news...
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Fitness trackers: fad or long-term solution?

There was a time, not too long ago, when the term “wearable technology” was non-existent and the only way to lose weight was with a gym membership and...
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